60V 2x1000W 17-24Ah

MANTIS - Advanced All Round, Power & Range

Sale price Price $2,299.00 Regular price $2,399.00

IN STOCK NOW. Limited Quantities. 

The fluidfreeride MANTIS electric scooter is designed for the demanding rider who wants it all: Swift inner city commutes with strong acceleration, excellent trail performance for those fun weekend rides, large batteries to master up to 50 miles between charges, and still allows carrying in one hand. 

With 61 (base version) to 65 (PRO version) pounds this scooter is the lightest in its class. It folds down easily and is still portable, despite its strong performance.

The two powerful brushless 60V 1000W motors deliver fun acceleration and climb up to 35% inclines with ease. Ride in single motor mode up to 30 mph while conserving your battery or switch on the second motor for extra acceleration and 40 mph top speed. 

The front and rear advanced swing arm spring suspension delivers a smooth ride on any terrain. Ride over grass or on dirt trails, jump a curb in the city, this 40 mph electric scooter can handle pretty much any reasonable ground condition. 

Dual semi-hydraulic disc brakes in the base version and full hydraulic brakes in the PRO version provide full control during your ride. The advanced display/throttle combination allows configuration of speed limit, cruise control and regenerative braking strength. The PRO version with Minimotors display also features motor torque adjustments and ABS.

2 front and rear LEDs and the bright lateral LED strip will ensure you will be seen at night. We recommend an attachable headlight for longer rides at night.

8-12h charging time with the included 2A charger. Fast charger coming soon.

Available in two variants:
- Base - 17.5Ah, 40 mile range (ECO mode), standard display 
- PRO - 24.5Ah LG, 55 mile range (ECO mode), Minimotors display, full hydraulic brakes

Satisfaction guaranteed!

Customer Reviews

Based on 94 reviews
88%
(83)
5%
(5)
3%
(3)
2%
(2)
1%
(1)
J
J.t.
Great experience overall

The way this companys supports is customers is amazing when ever I have a problem or any questions they always get back to me within one day and just the performance of the mantis pro is amazing battery last me a whole day on eco mode going around 23 mph keep it up guys.

C
C.
The Kaabo Mantis Pro is a beast!

Disclaimer: If you are going to buy this or any high powered electric scooter, please be safe and wear safety gear! Including, but not limited to, a Snell approved helmet. Your brain will thank you in the long run.

Onto the review:

The Kaabo Mantis Pro. Arrived 2 days early, which already has me pretty happy. Setup was pretty simple, just set the bar upright, screw in the handlebar, check all bolts and screws to ensure everything was snug, and good to go. While I would normally recommending charging the battery before riding out, I couldn't resist as the unit came with about a 67% charge. After watching Peter's setup video for the EY3 display, I was off to the races. Overall, I had a blast. I was able to keep up with traffic, which roadways around here range from 25 MPH - 35 MPH. Bike lanes are plentiful, so when I didn't want to flow with traffic, I was able to keep pace and track very well.

Pros:
- Lots of settings to change to dial in the ride you want.
- Lots of power. Out of the box, I was able to hit about 40 MPH. Will need to be verified via GPS. Weight will also play a part into this, I'm only 145 lbs.
- Very stable. Surprisingly stable at higher speeds. Was able to turn my head 90 degrees without feeling any wobble.
- Solid construction. Doesn't feel like it's breakable with wear. Standard upkeep should keep this thing working for awhile.

Con (Maybe my fault):
- There seemed to be a little bit of play in the handlebar, likely due to my error in not completely ensuring that it was tight, though I buckled both clasps and they seemed firm. Again, likely my issue, but if after tightening I find that it is not, I will update my review.

Actual Con:
Electric brakes are tuned a bit high, even on the lowest setting. I believe this is mainly an issue of my weight though. It felt very, very abrupt.

All in all, seems like a very well built machine and thank you FluidFreeride and Peter for bringing this statesite!!!

D
D.D.
Mantis

Top Shelf unit. Thanks

R
R.H.M.D.
Awesome scooter!

I have been evaluating a lot of electric scooters and finally found the perfect fit: value, effectiveness and fun! Peter and team are great and always responsive! Love the new ride!!!

A
A.J.
First experience ride

It was extremely and excitingly thrilling. I rode in ECO mode to get a good feeling and that was fast. Only once did I attempt to go turbo and it was ready to fly. I suggest going turbo be used on open stretches of road, and not in stop and go traffic. The only critique I must offer is that I noticed the rear wheel wont spin freely. I cannot walk the scooter. Why is this? And what must I do to correct it? Any help would be greatly appreciated. To add a fantasy thought of improving the ride. when a plane comes in for landing and touches down, the landing gear keeps the plane leveled...when the scooter slows the rider must step on foot off to balance it from toppling over. What if sensors detecting the decrease applies two small dropdown wheels on either side to balance scooter without rider having to balance scooter with his/her leg. It would be worth the added price as a custom option. Lastly, you asked customers to report any missing or damage parts in delivery...There is one of 4 screws missing that secures the handlebar to the post. Thank you P.S. After closer examination as to why the rear wheel does not have free spin when it cycles through a certain point, is because the brake disc is slightly bent...please respond

J
J.S.
Mantis Pro - Pouncing Performance & Extreme Comfort!** WORTH THE WAIT **

Thanks Julian from fluidfreeride and Michael from Kaabo for bringing this scooter stateside.
After about 100miles since it’s arrival in Chicago at my doorstep a few weeks ago, I have to say that this scooter is a BOMB.

It took a few long rides to get acquainted with a proper riding stance and confidence on the mantis, but once I learned how to break effectively and shift my weight correctly - it was off to the races!
This thing is a beast in the city downtown, TRAFFIC DESTROYER! When in full power mode and duel motors, I’m still running 45+miles range in colder temperatures right now @110kg rider, so I’m pretty impressed with the battery performance thus far. I think I’ve topped out at 39mph on gps but could have pushed it more for sure.

The suspension is very comfortable (like a cloud) and with a longer deck and rear foot board, I love the riding stance on this scooter, very agile.

I’ve added some light accessories etc etc, and the LED deck lighting is great for night rides or even just flipping on so that nearby cars or bikes can see you better if you’re in a busy area.

The duel motors is quite a bang, extremely fun and “ racey “, but ALWAYS RIDE WITH SAFETY AND WEAR YOUR GEAR MY FRIENDS - this thing will put a smile on your face, and tears in your eyes if your not wearing goggles. 😂
And hills, forget about it. I’ve climbed a few extremely tall hills and roadways with the mantis on duel motors and this thing crushes with ease. hilly areas are a breeze for mantis, NO PROBLEM.

The only thing I can really complain about is that I am personally experiencing some slight neck wobble that I can’t seem to fix from tightening 8mm bolt or stem screws of any kind. I’m pretty sure it can be fixed at a bike shop with the right tools, but it’s slightly annoying for me to deal with tbh. I wish this mechanism was just a bit more solid and the scooter would be close to perfect for the price point.

Again, thanks guys. Well done, great scooter! A+

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  more detailed info and specs in tabs above  

A true 40mph electric scooter made to delight the advanced rider

  • Commuter scooter - tired of low performance scooters? The Mantis will make you look forward to your daily commute.
  • 2000W electric scooter - with 1000W base output each, the two powerful motors deliver insane acceleration at your fingertips.
  • Best electric scooter for climbing hills - switch on both motors and zip up inclines up to 35%
  • Long range electric scooter - the high efficiency Li-ion batteries deliver up to 50 miles when ridden in ECO mode and single motor drive (PRO model)
  • Glide along as smooth as it gets - the subtle dual suspension eats up any bumps and can handle off road as well
  • Also for heavy adults - with its powerful motors and strong built, the Mantis can handle adults up to 265 lbs with ease

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Customer Reviews

Based on 94 reviews
88%
(83)
5%
(5)
3%
(3)
2%
(2)
1%
(1)
J
J.t.
Great experience overall

The way this companys supports is customers is amazing when ever I have a problem or any questions they always get back to me within one day and just the performance of the mantis pro is amazing battery last me a whole day on eco mode going around 23 mph keep it up guys.

C
C.
The Kaabo Mantis Pro is a beast!

Disclaimer: If you are going to buy this or any high powered electric scooter, please be safe and wear safety gear! Including, but not limited to, a Snell approved helmet. Your brain will thank you in the long run.

Onto the review:

The Kaabo Mantis Pro. Arrived 2 days early, which already has me pretty happy. Setup was pretty simple, just set the bar upright, screw in the handlebar, check all bolts and screws to ensure everything was snug, and good to go. While I would normally recommending charging the battery before riding out, I couldn't resist as the unit came with about a 67% charge. After watching Peter's setup video for the EY3 display, I was off to the races. Overall, I had a blast. I was able to keep up with traffic, which roadways around here range from 25 MPH - 35 MPH. Bike lanes are plentiful, so when I didn't want to flow with traffic, I was able to keep pace and track very well.

Pros:
- Lots of settings to change to dial in the ride you want.
- Lots of power. Out of the box, I was able to hit about 40 MPH. Will need to be verified via GPS. Weight will also play a part into this, I'm only 145 lbs.
- Very stable. Surprisingly stable at higher speeds. Was able to turn my head 90 degrees without feeling any wobble.
- Solid construction. Doesn't feel like it's breakable with wear. Standard upkeep should keep this thing working for awhile.

Con (Maybe my fault):
- There seemed to be a little bit of play in the handlebar, likely due to my error in not completely ensuring that it was tight, though I buckled both clasps and they seemed firm. Again, likely my issue, but if after tightening I find that it is not, I will update my review.

Actual Con:
Electric brakes are tuned a bit high, even on the lowest setting. I believe this is mainly an issue of my weight though. It felt very, very abrupt.

All in all, seems like a very well built machine and thank you FluidFreeride and Peter for bringing this statesite!!!

D
D.D.
Mantis

Top Shelf unit. Thanks

R
R.H.M.D.
Awesome scooter!

I have been evaluating a lot of electric scooters and finally found the perfect fit: value, effectiveness and fun! Peter and team are great and always responsive! Love the new ride!!!

A
A.J.
First experience ride

It was extremely and excitingly thrilling. I rode in ECO mode to get a good feeling and that was fast. Only once did I attempt to go turbo and it was ready to fly. I suggest going turbo be used on open stretches of road, and not in stop and go traffic. The only critique I must offer is that I noticed the rear wheel wont spin freely. I cannot walk the scooter. Why is this? And what must I do to correct it? Any help would be greatly appreciated. To add a fantasy thought of improving the ride. when a plane comes in for landing and touches down, the landing gear keeps the plane leveled...when the scooter slows the rider must step on foot off to balance it from toppling over. What if sensors detecting the decrease applies two small dropdown wheels on either side to balance scooter without rider having to balance scooter with his/her leg. It would be worth the added price as a custom option. Lastly, you asked customers to report any missing or damage parts in delivery...There is one of 4 screws missing that secures the handlebar to the post. Thank you P.S. After closer examination as to why the rear wheel does not have free spin when it cycles through a certain point, is because the brake disc is slightly bent...please respond

J
J.S.
Mantis Pro - Pouncing Performance & Extreme Comfort!** WORTH THE WAIT **

Thanks Julian from fluidfreeride and Michael from Kaabo for bringing this scooter stateside.
After about 100miles since it’s arrival in Chicago at my doorstep a few weeks ago, I have to say that this scooter is a BOMB.

It took a few long rides to get acquainted with a proper riding stance and confidence on the mantis, but once I learned how to break effectively and shift my weight correctly - it was off to the races!
This thing is a beast in the city downtown, TRAFFIC DESTROYER! When in full power mode and duel motors, I’m still running 45+miles range in colder temperatures right now @110kg rider, so I’m pretty impressed with the battery performance thus far. I think I’ve topped out at 39mph on gps but could have pushed it more for sure.

The suspension is very comfortable (like a cloud) and with a longer deck and rear foot board, I love the riding stance on this scooter, very agile.

I’ve added some light accessories etc etc, and the LED deck lighting is great for night rides or even just flipping on so that nearby cars or bikes can see you better if you’re in a busy area.

The duel motors is quite a bang, extremely fun and “ racey “, but ALWAYS RIDE WITH SAFETY AND WEAR YOUR GEAR MY FRIENDS - this thing will put a smile on your face, and tears in your eyes if your not wearing goggles. 😂
And hills, forget about it. I’ve climbed a few extremely tall hills and roadways with the mantis on duel motors and this thing crushes with ease. hilly areas are a breeze for mantis, NO PROBLEM.

The only thing I can really complain about is that I am personally experiencing some slight neck wobble that I can’t seem to fix from tightening 8mm bolt or stem screws of any kind. I’m pretty sure it can be fixed at a bike shop with the right tools, but it’s slightly annoying for me to deal with tbh. I wish this mechanism was just a bit more solid and the scooter would be close to perfect for the price point.

Again, thanks guys. Well done, great scooter! A+

Y...

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